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How To Calculate The Square Footage Of Material You Will Need [Hide This]
The first step to calculating how many square feet of material you will need is to measure each area where tile will be applied. It is usually easiest to break each area up into its own space if you don't have a simple square or rectangular shaped area. You can take measurements in either inches, or feet. If you measure in feet you simply multiply the length x the width of each area in feet, to calculate the square footage for that area. If you measure in inches, simply multiply the length x the width of each area in inches, this will determine the total area size in square inches. To convert square inches to square feet, simply divide that number by 144. To get the total project square footage, add the square footage total of each area together. Remember to always round up to the next square foot and add 10% to the total amount to account for overages. Simply multiply the total square footage measured by 1.1 to get the total square footage including a 10% estimate for overages. The illustration below shows a complete example of how to measure your back splash area.
Use this calculator below to determine how many sheets you will need for your project. Simply type the square footage of your project into the square footage field, then click on the "Calculate" button.
Please Note: It is recommended that you order at least 10% more sheets of tile to account for overages due to cutting mistakes and tile pattern fit. Simply multiply the "Sheets Required" number by 1.1 to determine the adjusted quantity to order.